Queer Mississippi Oral History Project
 

Title

Vanhorn, Rufus

Document Type

Audio

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Publication Date

11-9-2019

City

Tupelo (Miss.)

Abstract

In this interview, Rufus VanHorn discusses his life as a gay man in the Episcopal church in Mississippi. He also talks about his childhood in Vardaman, Mississippi and the hardships his family faced with addiction and loss of a child. He later discusses his experiences as a foreign exchange student in South Africa, his experience at a Monastery located in Massachusetts, and his later move to Tupelo, Mississippi. This interview was conducted as a part of the Queer Mississippi Oral History Project through a grant from the Sarah Isom Center for Women and Gender Studies at the University of Mississippi, in partnership with the Invisible Histories Project, in 2019.

Relational Format

audio recording

Extent

1:34:16

Comments

Additional files include: abstract, data sheet, field notes, photo, audio file. Transcript is available on request.

Rights

In copyright. For permission to duplicate, repost, or otherwise re-use these images, please contact the Invisible Histories Project: Mississippi.

VanHorn, Rufus_Abstract.docx (494 kB)
Abstract

VanHorn_Rufus_Data Sheet.docx (483 kB)
Data Sheet

VanHorn, Rufus_Fieldnotes.docx (496 kB)
Field Notes

Van Horn_Rufus_Image.jpg (78 kB)
Photo of Rufus Van Horn

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